benevolence

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BENEVOLENCE

With what warmth of benevolence—how should he be otherwise than warm in any of his attributes?

Even in my benevolence I was as impatient and unreasonable as a child.

His desire to please evidently arose not from vanity but benevolence.

The parson had bent forward, and was eyeing her curiously, yet with benevolence.

He is as thorough a worker in the cause of religion, morality and benevolence as in trade.

But, if he is good as he is great, he is a god of benevolence on earth.

You'll be shorn like a lamb one of these days, with your benevolence.

There are three subjective principles of morals,—sympathy, benevolence, self-love.

And the picture of benevolence he made was only marred by the staring of his dreadful eyes.

We have no pleasure in thinking of a benevolence that is only measured by its works.

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